Oracle Error: ORA-01001
A cursor was referenced that does not yet exist.
This usually means that you have either forgotten to code an open statement before using a cursor, or have not noticed that the cursor has been closed and have tried to continue using it.
Either a host language program call specified an invalid cursor or the value of the MAXOPENCURSORS option in the precompiler command were too small. All cursors must be opened using the OOPEN call before being referenced in any of the following calls: SQL, DESCRIBE, NAME, DEFINE, BIND, EXEC, FETCH, and CLOSE. The Logon Data Area (LDA) must be defined by using OLON or OLOGON. If the LDA is not defined, this message is issued for the following calls: OPEN, COM, CON, ROL, and LOGOFF.
Note that the ORA-01001 error does not exist in Oracle 10g..
Check the erroneous call statement. Specify a correct LDA area or open the cursor as required. If there is no problem with the cursor, it may be necessary to increase the MAXOPENCURSORS option value before precompiling.
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